#1
any good? what kind of effects does it have? a noise gate?
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#2
Behringer V- Tone sucks, i have one (a GM108). Get a Roland Cube or Vox Valvetronix instead.
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#3
tbehringer's upper lvls are decent the GM 108 is a 'bginner/practice amp' so you cant really expect much from one of those but it does alright if oyu dont play hi-gain music
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#4
^I thought Behringer V-Tones were like the GM108 but more amp models...

Still you can get better stuff for the price. Check out stuff like Vox Vavlertonix or Roland Cubes or tube combos if you can.
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#5
I have a Behringer V-Tone GMX212, it has a few good effects and can be linked up with a foot controller, but it pops, and has a lot of static at times. It's a good amp for the price though.

Check out Behringer.com for more info on the effects and such...


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